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1974 VIGIL 




presented by the graduating class 



HAHNEMANN HOSPITAL 
SCHOOL OF NURSING 



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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 




Live your life each day as you would climb a mountain. 
An occasional glance toward the summit keeps the goal 
in mind but many beautiful scenes are to be observed 






from each new vantage point. Climb slowly, steadly, 
enjoying each passing moment; and the view from the 






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FRESHMAN YEAR 

Bewildered faces . . . 
Security under one arm 
Nursing skills . . . 
Orientation, initiation . 

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Endless hours . . . 
Nursing specialties 
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SENIOR YEAR 

A class united . . . 
Graduation closing in . . . 
State Board jitters . . . 
Nurses emerge . . . 
Three years together, 
Now new directions . . . 





Dear Mrs. Karmels, 

Most of us first met you as you so enthusiastically presented us with the miracle of 
reproduction and childbirth. You have since ingrained in our minds the importance of 
understanding, caring, and teaching mothers during and after parturition. With a touch of 
love and experience, you have also guided us in caring for the newborn infant in the first 
delicate weeks of life. You were honest and open with us, never passing judgement. You 
stood behind us every step of the way; your students and their learning experience always 
came first. You set attainable goals for us, always stressing the positive in each individual. 
Your wisdom, charm, and wit extended beyond the classroom for many of us, as you 
became an ideal of womanhood and quality nursing. For all this and much more, we 
dedicate this yearbook to you. Thanks Phyl . . . 



Love, 

Class of "74" 








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MARY E. SCHLOSSER, R.N. 

Director, School of Nursing 



Dear Graduates: 

The stage of your profession is now ready for your entrance. Take one fleeting 
moment to reflect on these three years and allow me to leave with you a few thoughts 
for the future. 

We have attempted to teach you something of the disciplines of Nursing by showing 
you the kit of tools and the rudiments of their use. You can use them well or you can 
use them badly-your use of them will be more a matter of your mental outlook and 
adaptability than of your education. 

New goals will now challenge you. Your abilities to achieve them will depend on 
your willingness to move about in realms unfamiliar and use judgment, understanding 
and maturity. 

As you depart from this realm of learning I extend to you sincere best wishes for a 
future filled with a deep sense of satisfaction. I urge you to continue to think of and 
do for others in such a way that you will require little or no attention be directed to 
you. Always and ever manifest your loyalty to your patients and employers in word 
and deed alike— if this you will do, your part in life's play will grant you the continued 
satisfaction of knowing others were made better for having crossed your path. 

God love and bless you always. 

Cordially and sincerely yours. 



Mary E. Sehlosser. R.N. 
Director, School of Nursing 



Dear Class of 1 c >74: 

My wishes for you are that you will find happiness in service to others 
and thai you will always be dedicated to the goals you have set for 
yourselves in selecting nursing as a profession. The rewards for your service 
to mankind will surely enrich your lives. 

1 pray that God will bless you and sustain you in all your endeavors 
throughout life. 

Sincerely, 



Margaret M. Gill, R.N. 
Associate Director 



MARGARET M. GILL, R.N. 
Associate Director 




Dear Graduates, 

I wish that I were so endowed as to be able to bestow upon you ten gifts which you could take 
with you as you begin your careers as nurses. 

My first gift to you would be REMEMBRANCE. Without a rememberable past the present is 
meaningless and one cannot anticipate the future. Man is unique in that he can plan and order his 
future which would be impossible without a memorable past. 

Do you remember what it was like to take up roots and leave the security of a family and 
friends to take up life with some ninety nine not-so-perfect strangers? And do you also remember 
that the concern of these others helped ease you into adjusting to the role of student nurse. 

That brings me to my gift; CONCERN. I know that most of you already possess this in 
abundance or you would have not chosen nursing as a profession. May your supply of concern 
never run out. 

My third gift to you would be FORTITUDE. Here again, Graduate, you have already 
demonstrated your fortitude by persevering through uprooting, hard study, difficult courses and 
evaluations, good and bad experiences both in the hospital and in the classroom. In the future, as 
nurses, there will be days in 



which the only thing that 
will keep you going is 
fortitude. 

Now I give HOPE. I hope 
that you will reap all that 
you desire and desire all 
that you reap. 

I would next bestow 
upon you PRIDE. For with- 
out pride you are nothing. I 
would wish upon you pride 
in your profession for you 
have chosen a profession of 
which you may be justly 
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you would be proud enough 
to be dissatisfied with any 
performance less than per- 
fection. 

LOVE, the greatest med- 
icine in the world. If labora- 
tories could bottle and dis- 
pense love we nurses might 
well find ourselves out of a 
job. However, you cannot 
give something which you 
do not have. Love your- 
selves and then and only 
then can you give love to 
others. 



PHYLLIS KARMELS 

Class Advisor 

I would now give you WISDOM. The wisdom of an anonymous author who said, "May you 
change the things of this world that can be changed and tolerate the things that cannot be 
changed and may you have the wisdom to know the difference." 

INSIGHT! The most successful nurse has keen insight. This is a two-sided gift for with this gift 
all of your future patients will reap the benefits as well as you, for insight is the precursor of 
compassion and they work synergisticly to enhance skill. 

PATIENCE is the gift which will stand by you in all aspects of your life. With this gift you will 
be able to accomplish that which the most ambitious and energetic efforts cannot achieve unless 
coupled with patience. Unless you have patience success will escape you. 

My most precious gift, the one which I value above all others is a sense of HUMOR. History is 
full of instances where disaster has been avoided because someone had a good sense of humor. It 
will keep you from taking yourselves too seriously and will keep your life at an even keel. Humor 
will be your salvation. 

Take these gifts and spend them freely for they do not impoverish the spender and they enrich 
the recipient. 



Affectionately vours. 





To the Class of 1974: 

''The trick, Fletcher, is that we are trying to overcome our limitations in order, 
patiently. We don 't tackle flying through rock until a little later in the program. " 

Richard Bach in 
Jonathan Livingston Seagull 




DAWN A. HOPKINS 

Class Advisor 

You know you were quite different when I first met you. You were learning 
and discovering, but only with your eyes - superficially. I saw fear, anger, 
boredom and above all, frustration in response to your limitations. A month went 
by, or something that felt just about like a month, and your level of consciousness 
changed. You began to see with understanding, evaluate what you already knew, 
and then become free to discover yourself and your profession. 

As for myself, you know you are my first class. I tried to give you something of 
the truth that I have seen and a chance to see truth for yourself. In return I felt 
you showed me the flexibility of your minds, your receptivity to new ideas — or 
at least to different ones than those with which you were familiar. I am privileged 
to thank you for all that you have taught me and helped me to understand. 

Whatever you do, either in your personal or professional life, may you do it 
with excellence and to your satisfaction. May you also find love, joy, freedom and 
success in realizing your ambitions. 

One final thought - you can only begin by knowing you have already arrived. 



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everywhere — in wards, in utility rooms, at chart desks and in class- 
rooms. Doctors yell at them; head nurses criticize them; interns tolerate 
them; residents overlook them; mothers worry about them — and 
patients love them. 

A student nurse is courage under a cap, ambition in a crisply starched 
uniform, energy in person. She's a dedicated heart, a cheerful smile, a 
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A student nurse likes days off, mealtime, boys, pediatrics, certain 
doctors, pretty clothes, and yes, her nursing school. She doesn't care 
much for alarm clocks, getting up for roll call, making beds or walking 
long halls. 

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ASSISTANT DIRECTORS 





Mary P. Farmer, R.N. 

Curriculum Coordinator 



Carol H. Hollshwandner, R.N. 
Medical-Surgical Nursing Coordinator 




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OBSTETRICAL NURSING 




Dawn Hopkins, R.N. 




Phyllis Karmels, R.N. 



PEDIATRIC NURSING 



Isabel Mosig, R.N. 
Joyce Heacock, R.N. 




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Carol Haracz, R.N. 



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Helen Cook, R.N. Jane Rhoden, R.N. 




COMMUNITY HEALTH 

Hazelle Zapp, R.N. 

Wanda Mialkowski, R.N. 



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STUDENT HEALTH 




John Davie, M.D. 



Dorene Martin, R.N. 



OFFICE STAFF 




Standing: L. to R. - Maureen McGlinchey, Lynn 
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Catherine Davis, 
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HOUSE MOTHER 

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RECEPTIONISTS 



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STUDENT 
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Standing: L. to R. - V. Casella, V. Pres.: D. Fitz- 
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Front Row: L. to R. - B. Zug. L. Kuzinski. S. Laver. K. Hull. Middle Row: L. to R. - M. 
Brennan, M. Feeley, M. Brennan, P. Little, M. A. Brennan. Back Row: L. to R. - G. Berkey. 
1. Fraim, P. Balzano. B. Scliocr, S. Barnik. 



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SENIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 



L. to R.: P. Balzano, Pres.; B. Holt, V. Pres.;T. Rocca, Sec; 
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STUDENT 

RESIDENT 

COUNSELORS 



L. to R.: G. Vogt; P. Little; B. Zug; N. 
Fairish. 





ACTIVITIES COMMITTEE 



Front Row: L. to R. - W. Eagens; N. Turnbull; B. Holt; D. 
Kilpatrick; K. Hull. Middle Row: L. to R. - J. Cutri; K. Ko- 
morowsky; P. Murphy; C. Syzdek; L. Moat; P. Aronhalt; P. 
Balzano; B. Townsend. Back Row: L. to R. - L. Markham; T. 
Rocca; M. Gold; C. Fellenbaum; L. Hipp;G. Vogt. 



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GRADUATION 
COMMITTEE 

Standing: L. to R. - 1'. Little; I. I rami; C 
Vogt Sitting: L. to R. - M Gold; B. Holt; 

C 1 ellenbaum. 





CURRICULUM 
COMMITTEE 

M. Gold 

COORDINATING 
COMMITTEE 

D. Wertheimer 
C. Kovach 



STUDENT-FACULTY 
COMMITTEE 



L. to R.: P. Balzano; B. Zug; P. Aron- 
halt;D. Fitzgerald. 





Front Row: L. to R. - M. A. Brennan; M. Gold; M. Betman; P. 
Aronhalt; D. Wertheimer. Back Row: L. to R. - T. Weiner; K. 
Komorowsky; P. Little; D. Eskin; K. Hull; W. Eagens. 



W. Eagens 





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GIFT SHOP 



L. to R.: N. Turnbull, C. Fellenbaum, D. Fitz- 
gerald, P. Riddle, T. Rocca, N. Bates, D. Kilpatrick, 
and K. Hull. 



BASKETBALL TEAM 

Front Row: L. to R. - G. Berkey and D. St. John. 
Middle Row: L. to R. - L. Moat, K. O'Donnell, N. 
Farrish, C. Steinmuller, and D. Carson. Back Row: L. 
to R. - P. Balzano, P. Butler, B. Townsend, and B. 
Schoer. 



SNAP 



L. to R.: M. Gold and D. Fitz- 
gerald. 






MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1973 



Nurse Training 
Voted, 168-22, 
In State House 

HARRISBL'RG (API. 
With several hundred ap- 
plauding nurses in the audi- 
ence, the House voted 168-22 
Monday to require continuing 
education for nurses at the 
discretion of a state board, 
and to allow nurses to per- 
form some paramedical func- 
tions. 

If the measure, sent on to 
the Senate, becomes law, 
nurses might need five hours 
of instruction a year to main- 
tain active licenses and up to 
2S hours to change from inac- 
tive to active status. 

The diagnosis, initial 
screening and referral ser- 
vices authorized for nurses 
under the bill are currently 
prohibited to nurses by state 
law, according to Clifford 
Jordan, president of the Penn- 
sylvania Nurses Association. 
But some nurses currently do 
the work, Jordan said. 

The association organized a 
demonstration by some 2.500 
uniformed nurses in support of 
the bill. They held a rally on 
the steps of the Capitol and 
lobbied with individual legis- 
lators seeking passage of the 
measure. 

The bill expands the scope 
of the 1951 law outlining legal 
functions of a registered 
nurse. 

The State Board of Nursing 
Examiners would administer 
the continuing education pro- 
visions. All applicants for 
license renewals would have 
to show evidence of at least 
five hours annually spent at 
in-service training, refresher 
courses, clinical conferences, 
workshops or institutes. 









Don't be a Breakfast Skipper! 

If iHI "r ■ 




Behold the Gates of Paradise! 



Skid Row: This Way. 





Caught up in a city's 

ever-changing, fast pace, 
we take time out for ourselves. 



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This couldn't be what they meant by exciting 
nightlife, could it? 



"Whose clothes are in the washer?" 



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"Guess what I did last night?' 




Come fly with us. 



But my mother told me . . . 
Wait a minute, let me get Michelle. 



There's no team like our team! GO . . . 
EAGLES! 







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What a pain in the ass! 




Once in the morning does it. 




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And our next model is wearing the newest 
in provocative nighttime attire. 




'Did somebody say a party? 



a million laughs 
a few thousand tears 
and some 

well chosen words! 



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NEWS FLASH: March 14, 1974 Phila., Pa. 12:40 I\M 
Hahnemann Student Nurses STREAK past Cafeteria. 




"Wanna see mv green thumb'.' 



G-D-M-K-T-S-B-B-S-O-B 





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'There's a What on the floor?' 



J 



STLP 1 : Right over Left. STEP 2: Make a Loop 



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Penthouse Reject! 



"Okay Ms. Kuzner, we'll come to Neumann Club." 

No, I'm not a figment of your 
imagination. 




Where are you off to now, Vick? 



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"Apple anyone?' 




-**T\ 




1 





tfew Vtl 



'Oh, what a day!" 



'I can't believe she ate the Whole Thing!" 




"Can 1 munch on your carrot?" 





3&*$#f»)o(f/+ = !! 




^5P w- 



Chicken again'.'! 




I 



If boyfriends only knew! 



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Familiar faces . . . 
broadening our knowledge, 
working together as a team 



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. and the view 

from the summit 
will serve as 

a fitting climax 
for the journey.' 



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"Congratulations to the 1974 Class 

From Your 

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Congratulations 



DEPARTMENT OF SURGERY 
Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
"To the Class of 74" 



From 



THE DEPARTMENT OF 
NURSING SERVICE 



of 

Hahnemann Medical College 
and Hospital 



"Best Wishes for Now and Always" 



MARYE. SCHLOSSER 



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CONGRATULATIONS and BEST WISHES 
GRADUATES! 



FROM THE CLASS OF 1975 



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We sincerely hope you will 
always treasure the 



memories 



collected in this Book. 



THE VIGIL STAFF 



Congratulations To The 



Class of 1974 



Evelyn Casella 



Marvin & Bess Gold 

Wish their daughter 

Merle 

lots of luck in State Boards 
and much love always. 



Best of Luck, Debra 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 

Lady, Joanne, Robin, Eric 



Compliments of 

MR. AND MRS. EDWARD 
BARNIK 



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Medications, Parking Time, 

Appointments, Etc. 



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WEDDING INVITATIONS 

ANNOUNCEMENTS - PERSONAL 

STATIONERY 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 



Eleanor M. Kenworthy 
Elizabeth A. Childs 



HAHNEMANN BOOKSTORE 



Compliments of 






JOSEPH R. DIPALMA, 


M 


D. 


Dean, Hahnemann Medical 






College 







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Home Improvements 



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Uniforms 




Shoes 


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the things you'd expect to find in a 


real good 


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CENTRAL UNIFORMS 




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appiness and 


"Congratulations and 




Success." 


Best Wishes" 












MARGARET GILL 




PATRONS 




Ms. Janet and Marcella Adair 




James W. Morgan, Jr., M.D. 


Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Aronhalt 




Mrs. William M. Mosser 


Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barnik 




Julie Ann Mull 


Mr. and Mrs. E. Frederick Bartlett 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Fraim 


Bernard Murphy Family 


Iwan Basarab 


Joe Francolino 


Mrs. Mae Murphy 


Arnold T. Berman, M.D. 


From Lynn and Merle - Rm. 312 


Mario Ninfo 


Mr. and Mrs. S. Betman 


Miss Mary Gallagher 


Dorothy F. O'Connor 


Fred, Darcy, Mike, and Peter Betman 


Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gaumer 


Mr. and Mrs. M. O'Donnell 


Coke and Bozo Betman 


Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Geho 


The Palan Family 


Mr. Hans Bley 


God Bless — Rita, Maureen, Lynn 


Rich 


Booper 


Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gold 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Riddle 


Mr. and Mrs. Robert Breen 


Good Luck - Mom and Dad 


Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Rocca 


Mr. and Mrs. Stephen E. Brennan 


Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gorman, Jr. 


David Rosen, M.D. 


Harold, Rose, Marie, David and 


Paul Damon Gorman, III 


David Seidman 


Steven Brumbaugh 


Grandparents and Great Grandfather 


Sportknit Apparel 


Mrs. Ella B. Burns 


Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grimes 


Mrs. Herbert Steinmuller 


Miss Helen Burns 


Mario, Sandy and Leann Hipp 


Dr. R. K. Swami 


Miss Mary B. Burns 


Mr. and Mrs. J. V.Holt, Jr. 


Third Floor Juniors 


Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Chau 


Kristin, Kerri, Kyle, Kirk Holt 


To Pat Mike and Jan 


Gloria L. Christie 


Sue Holt 


Mr. and Mrs. Guy Townsend, Sr. 


Mr. and Mrs. Lucien Clanet 


Mr. and Mrs. William Hull 


& Frankie 


Mrs. Marthe Clanet 


Florence M. Johnson 


Mr. and Mrs. Guy Townsend, Jr. 


Congratulations - Katheryne Basarab 


Jacqueline Kane 


&Guy III 


Congratulations - Iwan Chac 


Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kane 


Paul Trainor 


Congratulations - Ihor Kolodij 


Karen, Susan, Carol 


Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Turnbull 


Congratulations - Love, Sue & Charl 


Mrs. Lillian Kendricks 


Blanche Vogt 


Congratulations - Much Love, Rob 


Mrs. Margaret Komorousky 


Peter Vogt 


Davis Sales Co. 515-517 Spring 


James R. Landaker 


Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Walsh 


Garden Mall 


Tom Lenherr 


Dusty Wertheimer 


Margaret V. Eagens 


Charlie and Pat Little 


Fred and Lore Wertheimer 


Eugene Ennis (Gene) 


Peggy Little's Sisters 


Stuart J. Wertheimer 


David L. Fellenbaum 


Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Lodge 


Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Wyszynski 


Gilbert L. Fellenbaum 


Mr. and Mrs. John Malaszecki 


& Chris 


Lillian M. Fellenbaum 


Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mauer, Jr. 


E. J. Wyszynski, D. 0. 


First Pennsylvania Bank 


Granny and Cramps Mauer 


YIPPER 



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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS 

Ms. Mary E. Schlosser, R.N., Director, School of Nursing 

Ms. Phyllis Karmels, R.N., Class Advisor 

Ms. Dawn Hopkins, R.N., Class Advisor 

Hospital Nursing Service 

Staff Physicians and Surgeons 

The Patients 

George E. Nichols Associates, Inc., Publisher 

Anthony Cioci, Cioci Studios, Photographer 

The Philadelphia Inquirer 

Advertisers and Patrons 

Pamela Aronhalt, art work 



The Vigil Staff 
"1974" 



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